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Massive Leak Shows Chinese Communist Party’s Foreign Reach

I found this video interesting! My brain is starting to connect recent events, especially look at the list of Western Companies influenced by CCP (see list in bold below). This video is from ' China Uncensored '. A major database leak reveals the incredible scope of the Chinese Communist Party's reach into foreign companies around the world— 1.95 million Chinese Communist Party members and 79,000 Party branches. It doesn't mean they're all spies, but it does show the ability of the CCP to engage in espionage activities and influence companies and governments around the world. Corporate espionage, the ongoing Australia China trade war, and many other issues are just a few examples of how the world is put at risk by the Chinese Communist Party. These Communist Party branches are in major Western companies like HSBC, Citibank, Ikea, Pfizer, Qualcomm, and Boeing.
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